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Du producteur à l'utilisateur: identification des trajectoires d'appropriation des données géographiques.

Abstract : To define, on a non technician face, the life cycle of geographic information, "from captor to decisions" we need, in a actor network theory perspective, to understand the process "from producer to user". In order to give an answer, we choose to study the spatial data appropriation process. This process opens the analysis of how data can be used by a group that has not produced the data itself, as well as in a multi-actor context. Distributed cognition theory offers a framework to understand data as a cognitive and collaborative artefact. Eight exploratory case studies help to identify typical appropriation trajectories, factors and socio-cognitive processes. This article offers a different vantage point on the spatial data sharing question and spatial data life cycle.
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Matthieu Noucher, François Golay, Marie-Hélène de Sède-Marceau. Du producteur à l'utilisateur: identification des trajectoires d'appropriation des données géographiques.. SAGEO 2009 - Conférence internationale de Géomatique et Analyse Spatiale, Nov 2009, Paris, France. pp.21. ⟨halshs-00643582⟩

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